It is now early evening on the day before what is both the most important day and the saddest day for Australia and New Zealand's Servicemen and Women. On this day we commemorate all Australian and New Zealand's Servicemen that have been killed or wounded in conflict and remember they who fought alongside of them. In all conflict from the first landings at Gallipoli Cove to the 'Policing' actions we now face. We do this with Dawn Services, then a March for all returned servicemen and family, then, the pub to try and drink away the thoughts. I sit here now making sure my suit is perfect, my boots are spit shined to perfection, my medals are straight and my Airborne Beret is ready to go. Some people look at us oddly for the hours we put into what we wear on ANZAC Day, from uniforms to civil attire it is just one of the ways we honour our mates. In memory of them I am going to look as good as I possibly can. Pte Tim "Timi' Aplin, Pte Scot 'Scotty' Palmer, Pte Ben 'Benny' Chuck, Spr Jacob 'Morey' Moreland, Sgt Andy Russell, Sgt Mathew "Lockey' Locke. Rest well my friends. Paul 'Doc' Watson. ARA Ret, RAAMC.